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Q: I am not getting any current scan results from Total Commander. I have all the necessary drivers installed for my scanner and I have scanned with CUPS (using a windows program). I tried scanning with the following program: Preview - CUPS - SuperScan - TotalCommander.
A: Total Commander is able to update both from your scanned images and from the CUPS preview you provided. In addition, total commander can connect to your CUPS printer queue as a client. It can also update from CUPS.
Q: I was trying to install the Windows XP Mouse drivers for my Logitech USB keyboard and mouse. I could not get them to install successfully. My mouse does not work and my keyboard is not recognized in Total Commander.
Q: Total Commander does not work on my Windows 2000 computer. I am using the x64 versions of the Visual C++ run-time libraries. If I try to click on a.tcc file Total Commander opens but does not do anything. This is true whether I install in the System32 folder or in the Users folder.
A: As far as the 32 bit filters are concerned, there are no problems in using total commander for Windows 2000.With x64 you will have to use the 32 bit filters in Total Commander to be able to filter with the win32 filters. So to sum up, in case of Windows 2000 you have to use the 32 bit filters in Total Commander and the 32 bit filters of the xp/vista filterset in Total Commander's filters.
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